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Doctor Who Corgi 1963-2003 NOW SOLD £25.00

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Collector's item - 7 corgi collectible items in circular stainless steel tin - absolutely pristine condition
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Collect from Bromley SE London
delivery by post will cost £5.00
Location:
Bromley
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Could I see some pictures please? Thanks.
#2
I listed this on the Fo.lk Forum with picture, I have no idea why the pic is not replicated on this forum.
Here's a link to the exact item which shows all the contents.
http://www.modelsupermarket.com/pages/product/ImagePopup.asp?ImageName=TY96203.jpg
#3
http://i508.photobucket.com/albums/s327/moe922/TY96203.jpg

Does it come with original box? If so, what is the condition of it? I was looking for it as a gift.
Thanks.

Edited By: moe922 on Sep 06, 2010 20:10: picture
#4
moe922
Does it come with original box? If so, what is the condition of it? I was looking for it as a gift.Thanks.
Edited By: moe922 on Sep 06, 2010 20:10: picture

Sorry for the delay in replying. Yes contents come in original box, AS NEW, the contents have never been removed from the tin. All in pristine condition.
#5
I've had a look on Ebay. I know it's not a valid comparison site, but a buy-it-now is the same as your asking price. Many have gone for £10+3.50 postage as an auction.

I can make an offer, but it will not be near your asking price. It will be £10 plus actual posting cost. Second Class standard is fine, as long as you keep the posting receipt as proof of postage.
Let me know if you are interested. Thanks.
#6
moe922
I've had a look on Ebay. I know it's not a valid comparison site, but a buy-it-now is the same as your asking price. Many have gone for £10+3.50 postage as an auction.I can make an offer, but it will not be near your asking price. It will be £10 plus actual posting cost. Second Class standard is fine, as long as you keep the posting receipt as proof of postage. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks.
#7
Thanks for the offer but I would never have sold it for £10.00. In any event I have come on here this morning to close the listing as I have now sold it on Gumtree for asking price and collection which I prefer.

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